Would you like your car to drive you home after a night on the town? Or does the thought of a robot-chauffeur taking you to work fill you with fear?
While this kind of door-to-door delivery is still some way off, cars are already beginning to take control.
The Mercedes CL, for instance, can automatically brake if you don't notice a car right in front of you.
The Honda Legend can do that, too - and keep you in your lane if you begin to drift over on the motorway.
Last year, VW tested a Golf that can drive all by itself - click on the links below to see it in action:
• Automated Golf on Windows Media Player
• Automated Golf on RealOne Player
We'd like to know what you think about the prospect of cars that can drive themselves.
Click on the links below to register your vote and send us your comments, or take part in the quick poll on the homepage of whatcar.com.
When would you be happy for your car to drive itself?
On the motorway
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